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as you can see flipped over. it rolled several times, firefighters had to use the jaws of life to rescue the driver. >> i heard a screech and like a boom and we came running over to make sure everything was all right. there was a guy pulling people out of the car. >> investigators believe the driver was going to fast for the conditions. the kids taken to three hospitals and some had significant injuries. >> last night's streak of light, that flashed in the sky over the bay area was not connected to a couple of earlier events. >> see that? >> what was that? >> that's the surprise reaction from a person on southbound 280 just before eight last night. they posted this dash cam video on youtube. the light is right there. others describe it as a flare. something very breathtaking and scary at the same time. >> and i was sitting on the chair in the backyard and i was looking in the sky and i seen like a blue -- a blue streak from the sky coming down. i thought it was a firework. >> some say they believe that the fire ball came from a passing meteor. >>> the russian government is sizing
this morning. it's a bellwether for the nation's economy. rebecca jarvis is here with us. what are they saying about the economy? >> looking backwards walmart had a good christmas, that holiday sales worked out well for them they earned more than wall street was expecting, they came in a little light on sales. however, going forward, that's really the question walmart is considered a bellwether for our overall economy and what they told us this morning is that the payroll tax cut is impacting consumers, that pike that we saw at the beginning of the year the 2% hike that takes about $20 out of people's weekly paychecks, that's getting their consumer also gasoline price is up 50 cents in the last month, that's hitting consumers and there's a temporary knock on the consumer because refunds have been delayed. the tax code had to be overhauled as a result of many of the reforms at the end of last year and they're saying their consumer has been hit by delays in the refund checks about $20 billion in refund checks didn't go out on time. >> new information this morning rebecca t
was never caught in part because he used many different names. and here are all the names he used.all with different birth years.between 19-47 and 19-56 he went by raymond william stewart. kelly lee dawson. wayne jackson. kelly sean stewart. and finally dan leonard therrien. contact them. if they ever knew anyone who went by one >> san francisco's police chief greg suhr says the kevin collins case has long haunted both him and his department. new tonight at eight. he spoke with kron-4's terisa estacio about the latest developments. toat a news conference just hours ago, police revealed why therrien refered to by authorities as jackson - an alias is the primary suspect in kevin collins disappearance. >> reporter: earlier, the police chief spoke about speaking with the mother. >> you know, initially, her initial response was that of a pause. because obviously, she lost her son. and once she could wrap her head around the fact and we were provided all of this information >> reporter: the father? >> it is my understanding that he is out of the country. >> pam: the police revealed wh
gave way to shock. >> yeah it's pretty crazy. >> man, wow. >> reporter: the u.s. attorney's office released this criminal complaint that describes how the man named matthew aaron laneza of san jose and mesa a arizona tried to blow up a building. he thought he was in connection with al-qaida but he was actually an fbi agent. he expressed the desire for the bomb to bring down the entire bank building. >> that's scary knowing that i bank here all the time. that's scary. >> reporter: he tried to set off a fake bomb this morning and was immediately arrested. >> to hear all that stuff on the other side of the world but now it's coming here more often. it's pretty scary. >> reporter: yaneza is a devout muslim who claimed he was doing this with ala. he claimed that he would dance with joe when the bomb went off. >> you know i don't think there's any question there's a lot of people out there that want to do this type of stuff. that have this as something that they're dedicated to accomplishing. the problem is, doing it. >> reporter: coming up at 6:00, we'll take you inside the building an
of of the country. our low is right in the four corners. it looks like an active week for everyone except us. in fact, temperatures -- we might see some low 70s by wednesday if not thursday. no rain this week. 7 and 10-day outlook do not look promising as well. lows 30s, 40s. highs, 60s today. upper 60s to near 70 by wednesday. maybe thursday or friday for sure. santa rosa is the only one holding onto 100% of normal for the rain season. we did so well october, november, december. but a dry january and what's looking to be a dry february looks like these numbers will continue to go down, down, down. there is a lot of rain in tallahassee. they've had 4, 5 inches. severe lining up from atlanta back through alabama, mississippi, and north of new orleans and even into texas. for us, not a chance on anything here. looked really quiet except for sunny and warm. 30s and 40s. 50. 37 fairfield. there's still a component of an easterly breeze. north napa, northeast or east, even oakland hills and an easterly breeze. there are some that are mild. sunny, breezy, cold morning, inland. slightly warm. after
american bridge and floor are working with the u.s. coast guard to try to determine what went wrong. until they do, i'm told the scaffolding work will remain suspended. work on the deck of the eastern span is expected to resume tomorrow. .reporting live on treasure island, i'm jodi hernandez nbc bay area news. >> thank you. so who's responsible? more details now about the company that operates the crane and other vendors on this project. nbc bay area's investigative unit is digging into the history of these companies and we found revealing information about their past. reporter stephen stock joins us from our newsroom. a lot of talk about the contractors and the safety records. what have you found out? >> raj, the crane as you heard from jodi is operated through a joint operations is agreement between two of the largest construction companies in the country, a group called american bridge company based out of pennsylvania and an even larger corporation called floor enterprises based outside dallas, texas. according to data from the department of labor, oh shas inspectors investigated four
. >> oh. >> reporter: the dmv tells us it's registered to someone else, not you. >> oh, it must be my mother. >> reporter: nearly half the people we tracked were using a placard or plate registered to someone else. are you using a disabled placard for parking? >>. no. >> reporter: there is one on your dashboard. >> oh. >> reporter: we confirmed at least eight work for the county. is this your first time doing that? >> yes, today. >> reporter: we have you on multiple occasions using your mother's placard to park for free while you work. you work here? >> yes. >> reporter: so does this woman, who receives more than $100,000 in salary and benefits from the county. so do you think it's fair to use someone else's placard so that you can park for free all day? >> no, not particularly. i pay the city. i have a parking space. >> reporter: oh, you do? where is your parking space? >> i really need to go now. >> when you see video like this, what do you think? >> it's pretty egregious activity. >> reporter: dmv investigator calvin wu said the number of placards has nearly doubled in ten years. >
's pretty crazy. man, wow. >> reporter: the u.s. attorney's office released this criminal complaint that describes how the man named matthew aaron llaneza tried to blow up the building. he built the ban who he thought was connected with the taliban but was actually an fbi agent and it wasn't a real bomb. llaneza specified a spot next to the support column to bring down the entire building. >> it's scary knowing that i bank here all the time. that's scary. >> reporter: he tried to set off a fake bomb this morning and was immediately arrested. >> he just hear all that stuff from the other side of the world but now it's coming here more often that's pretty scary. >> reporter: sources tell us that llaneza is a devout muslim who thought he was doing this to honor ala. >> bank of america is america, it's symbolic. >> i don't think there's any question there's a will the of people here that want to do this type of stuff. that have this as something that they're dedicated to accomplishing. the problem is, doing it. >> reporter: we also talked with a man who runs a business inside the build
for joining us this morning it is thursday i am pam cook. >> let's check weather, i didn't know if the weather is quiet. >> we have some patchy low clouds around and there is no doubt about it, low clouds for some, especially on higher elevations, there is a northwest wind and if you get that breeze it feels even colder, partly sunny skies, mostly sunny, here is sal. >>> we are looking at 280 northbound and traffic here is moving along nicely with no major problems and by the way if you are looking at westbound 24, that commute looks good driving from walnut creek to oakland, it is 5:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> fish lovers may be victims of fraud. tara moriarty is in san francisco with the investigation showing many consumers are not getting the fish they paid for, tara? >> reporter: well at least one out of every three times you take a bite out of red snapper it may not be snapper at all but rather rockfish. that was done by a non-profit group. they did testing on nearly 1200 fish from several hundred stores and sushi bars between 2012. a third of seafood sold nationwide and 30% bought
us what they were looking for inside. but outside fbi agents interviewed neighbors like manuel garcia to find out what they know about the man suspected of killing 13-year- old genelle conway allen. >> strange and quiet. he didn't say much. >> reporter: that's how neighbors describe him, quiet. jones and his family moved in about a year and a half ago. neighbors tell me his wife works but he appears to be unemployed. >> never seen him working, never really seen him like have a job or anything. >> reporter: the arrest shook this fairfield neighborhood. >> super creepy, man. i have my little girl here so, oh, it's creepy but i'm glad they caught the guy. >> sick, really shocking. just seeing the commotion and everything is a lot. >> reporter: fairfield police arrested him around 7 a.m. in the 1100 block of east tabor avenue near where police surveillance camera took the last known photo of genelle last thursday. someone found her nude body in a park the next morning. >> jones was identified early on as a suspect in this case. since that time he
. >> the weather beat us to the punch so yeah i borrowed a friend's truck. >> on the new york islanders land's express way hundreds of cars got stuck with hundreds of drivers spending the night on the road. even 18 wheels weren't enough to conquer the conditions. >> we need a plow. >> nearly three feet of snow is falling in some places and it's still coming down. winds traveling at up to 83 miles an hour whipping up ocean waters and causing flooding from massachusetts to maine. >> if you lose power, and we are experiencing a lot of wind at that time, you should plan on your power being out for some period of time. >> and this morning over 600,000 people waking up without power. >> make sure you have basic food supplies, medications at home. and prepare for the possibility of being shut in and at home for the next 24 or 48 hours. >> many residents say they are as prepared as they can be. >> yeah, the electrical is out and now we have some food. >> armies of snowplows and salt trucks are clearing the snow, sometimes with the roads even getting the better of them. >> the roads are so bad right
programming information there. don't forget to join us on facebook for a look at bay area people. thank you for joining us. we'll see you again next week on bay area people. until then, have a terrific weekend. bye-bye. . >>> shots fired at a bus offer night. nobody on board was hit but why several had to go to the hospital. >> and a day after a national day of action against gun violence the major buy back happening in the bay area today. >> and we are just hours from san francisco's famed chinese new year parade. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> and good morning. welcome to mornings on two. it's saturday february 23rd. >> let's head over to rosemary for a look at how the weather is shaping up and of course we have the parade on our minds. good weather? >> yeah. cool and breezy but we will be dry. this morning waking up a little damp. some of us lucky enough to pick up drizzle, sprinkles with partly cloudy sky was the clouds overhead not as cold as yesterday but in to the extended forecast we will stay dry. i will break down the week
is with us from hard-hit boston. hi, molly. what is the situation now? >> hi, geraldo. you were talking about that travel ban that was nut place by the governor by executive order ordering everyone off the roads yesterday as of 4:00 p.m. now, people are allowed to travel again as of 4:00 today. the governor feels that that did save lives, keeping all nonessential vehicles off the road. prevented a lot of the fatal car crashes that we so often see in the storms with the big wind and big snow. unfortunately, the fatalities happened today after the storm had pretty much cleared the area and people were going out to dig and get their vehicles out of the massive amount of of snowfall that we are seeing here. a young boy was out helping his father clean out the vehicle. their family sedan. and he had gotten cold and asked if he could hop in the passenger seat for a little while and dad had him hop in and get warm but unfortunately the exhaust pipe hadn't been cleared out from the snow yet and carbon monoxide backed up into the vehicle. the young child passed out and they were not able to rereceive
of us sinking into the supper 20s to low 30s. we'll talk about the slight warmup expected for the afternoon coming up. >>> we are following developing news out of san francisco. police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened just a few hours ago. they tell us a man was shot in the city's western edition. alex savidge is live there now. what can you tell us so far? >> reporter: we are getting very limited information from police this morning. that is because it's so early on in this investigation. a sergeant that was out here confirmed a man was shot and killed. he was found right over near this corner. near the intersection of hayes and webster. an anonymous caller reported gunfire in this area around 2:00 this morning. we'll show you that video. officers were out here for most of the morning. police tell us the victim was rushed to the hospital after suffering at least one gunshot wound. he died there from his injuries. homicide investigators searching for the shooter involved here. a sergeant told me they don't have a description on the person to put out. in ju
testified in 2003 about his use of performance-enhancing drugs. >> san jose kicked off the final chapter for the men's tennis tournament which has brought professional tennis to the bay area for 100 years in berkeley, san francisco, and san jose. this is the final season as the tour requires a three-court venue and h.p. pavilion has only one. two time defending champion was practicing yesterday hoping for a repeat, he is 13th in the world and has been climbing up the ladder with the big serve and forehand. >> is that inspiring you to get out the racket? >> my serve is very small as is my forehand. oh, well, maybe next year. time for a check on the weather. >> mike? >> you have to start little, come on. >> a series of drop shots is my... >> all right, here we go, everyone is just a little bit warmer than yesterday to a lot warmer this morning, like napa and fairfield eight or nine degrees warmer and concord is a degree cooler. temperatures are going to run in the 30's, mid-30's to upper 30's from now through 7:00, and here are a few 40's. temperatures at noon, the low-to-mid 50's and the
deasyshowing us items from kevin's disappearance scrapbook. you can see how much media attention the case broughtall those years ago. throughout that time, they both wondered every day what happened to their nephew. michael wonders why police failed to look more closely at dan therrian. >> he was arrested and ultimatly convicted in san francisco in 1982 of kidnapping and molesting a young boy and he got six months in prison and three years probation but almost as soon as he was out kevin disappeared. >> reporter: michael says there is cruel irony in the latest developments in the case. >> the kevin collins foundation had an office right next door to where this guy was on the corner of masonic and page street. we were at 1102. he was at 1108. and, it's sick to think this character was right next door. i don't think kevin was alive at the time but somehow, we feel, i feel that they should have been able to do something to catch him right then and there. >> reporter: michael hopes the truth clues will turn up but feels like justice may never be served. >> you can't do anything to the guy. he
that includes a previous run in with the law. >> reporter: today's charge of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction was not his first encounter with the law enforcement. in april, 2011, the authorities arrested him while living in his rv outside of his father's home in san jose. santa clara prosecutors say his family asked for a mental health check and the police found a rifle with ammunition that he brought with him when he moved from arizona to san jose. he had an unusual interest in weapons. military magazines and had mental health issues. sentenced to six years in jail but served more than six months. the people in that neighborhood were surprised by the news. >> shocking. to say the least. >> very, very -- next door, yes, very surprised. very surprised. >> reporter: an undercover agent in january this year he came up with a plan to build a car bomb at a storage unit to be detonated at this bank of america branch in oakland. the fbi says that his goal with the bombing of the bank was to create a government crack down triggering a counterresponse against the government leading to ci
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